Parman Teen Review: “Allegiant” by Veronica Roth

allegiant“Allegiant” by Veronica Roth

The third novel in the Divergent trilogy, Allegiant differs significantly from Roth’s previous two novels in the sense that each chapter offers either the perspective of Tris or Tobias because there are several important scenes when they are away from each other, and the dual-perspective helps the reader get a complete understanding of what is going on. This novel does a good job in wrapping things up, for my perspective on some characters that I had previously considered to be evil has changed; I realized that they are just human beings who succumbed to cowardice when making tough decisions. We are also introduced to several new characters as Tris, Tobias, and the rest of the gang head outside the gate and discover a world that they did not exist in their wildest imagination. I must warn you, although the ending does a good job in wrapping things up, it’s unsatisfactory in the sense that it is sad, and things don’t end up the way they were planned. Overall, Allegiant is a good read, and the Divergent trilogy is by far my favorite series.

Niraja, 15 Parman TLLC

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